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Keg Conditioning

If a recipe calls for 2 weeks of bottle conditioning and I choose to spend those two weeks in a keg instead, does that keg need to be at the same temperature I fermented at? Can I spend those two weeks in the kegorator with CO2 hooked up?

Will chilling the beer affect how long it takes to condition?

If you are adding priming sugar to carbonate then you want to follow a similar process as with bottles and keep the keg warm. If you want to force carb with co2 just put the keg in the fridge and hook it up to the gas and let it do its thing.

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